June 13, 2009

"The journalists... gasped and then chanted a religious blessing."

Ha ha. Good one, mccullough.

6 comments:

traditionalguy said...

These guys claim to exercise Mohammed's supernatural powers over men by direct descent of the bloodline of Big Mo himself. If Obama knows to bow to the Saudi keeper of Medina, then mere journalists had better bow to these Shiite maniacs.

rhhardin said...

American journalists bow out of commercial interests. Iranian journalists bow to keep their heads.

former law student said...

I have never read anything in the papers that even came close to the column William F. Buckley wrote about Reagan after the 1980 election. One would have thought Buckley had seen a star in the East, with three kings following it.

Palladian said...

"One would have thought Buckley had seen a star in the East, with three kings following it."

And he was right!

Cedarford said...

Palladian said...
"One would have thought Buckley had seen a star in the East, with three kings following it."

And he was right!


Indeed, about 30 years after Christ, the Jews were run out of power in Palestine by Vespasian and Titus.

And about 30 years after Reagonomics and supply side and Bretton Woods II (setting fiscal and trade framework that China would make it and we would buy it with money loaned by the Chinese)???
Maybe we will soon have the 2nd destruction of our Temple???
(Civil War being the 1st great breakdown)

Well,

William T Sherman said...

"I have never read anything in the papers that even came close to the column William F. Buckley wrote about Reagan after the 1980 election."

WFB wasn't a journalist reporting the news while pretending to be free of bias. He was a commentator who expressed his opinions and labeled them as such. It wasn’t so long ago that liberals and the mainstream media understood that distinction.